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…”constantly engaged with the vibrant life of an arts organization at work”

This blog is part of a series of posts from patrons, volunteers, former interns, artists and staff discussing how Glimmerglass has enriched their lives. Please consider posting your own stories about how Glimmerglass has impacted you, or make a gift … Continue reading

I think of y’all more often than you know

  This blog is part of a series of posts from patrons, volunteers, former interns, artists and staff discussing how Glimmerglass has enriched their lives. Please consider posting your own stories about how Glimmerglass has impacted you, and make a … Continue reading

Notes From Francesca

Much of our season is based in literature and/or visual art – Carmen is based upon Prosper Mérimée’s novella and our world premiere A Blizzard in Marblehead Neck is based upon an episode in playwright Eugene O’Neill’s life. I am … Continue reading

The Waves of Reward Would Turn into Tsunamis Over Time

This blog is the second in a series of posts from patrons, volunteers, former interns, artists and staff discussing how Glimmerglass has enriched their lives. Please consider posting your own stories about how Glimmerglass has impacted you, and make a … Continue reading

There Couldn’t Possibly Be a Better Place to Start Out

This blog is the first in a series of posts from patrons, volunteers, former interns, artists and staff discussing how Glimmerglass has enriched their lives. Please consider posting your own stories about how Glimmerglass has impacted you, and make a … Continue reading

Glimmerglass Connections in Connecticut

The family of Glimmerglass Board member Jim Barton has generously underwritten the new exhibit at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut. A Child’s View: 19th-Century Paper Theaters features 32 examples from England, Germany, Denmark, France, Spain, Austria and the United … Continue reading

Cans for Coupons

The Glimmerglass Festival is participating in Opportunities for Otsego’s Holiday Basket Program to help put food on the table of families in need. Stop by our administrative building behind the Alice Busch Opera Theater from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. … Continue reading

The Newest Generation of Opera Lovers

The Glimmerglass Festival celebrated National Opera Week, October 29 through November 7, with OPERA-tion Arts – a free education project that translated what area second graders learned about opera into visual art. In preparation of National Opera Week, Glimmerglass staffers … Continue reading

OPERA America in Conversation with Francesca Zambello

Francesca Zambello, Artistic & General Director, will speak at OPERA America  on Wednesday, November 10, as part of the service organization’s Making Connections series, a professional development series for opera artists.  Francesca will discuss her career and creative process with … Continue reading

Where has this opera been all my life?

“So, how’s the piece?” It’s a question I get a lot, often accompanied by a skeptical look, since I tend to work on plenty of oddball repertoire. Some people are more blunt: “Why are they doing that?” Conventional wisdom holds … Continue reading